Climate in Great Britain and weather forecast - best seasons for visit
In Northern Ireland, the climate is also mild and humid. In summer, the temperature of the air is rarely higher than 18C. In winter, it’s not more than +4C. In general, the precipitation here is slightly less than in the historical territory of England. There are not so many foggy days. The coldest region is Scotland. In highlands, the air temperature in winter can reach 10 degrees below zero. In summer, the weather changes drastically, and the temperature reaches 23C. Although strong fogs and rains take place at least 250 days a year.